Tomte Tummetott (Kitty Crowther)

    Tomte Tummetott (Kitty Crowther)

    Type:Picture Book
    Author:Astrid Lindgren
    Illustrator:Kitty Crowther

    When the stars twinkle in the sky and the snow shines white, Tomte Tummetott the imp sneaks around in the moonlight on soft soles. He watches over the sleeping people and animals on the farm and quietly tells them about spring, which is coming soon. Astrid Lindgren's A Christmas classic is brilliantly re-illustrated by Kitty Crowther, winner of the Astrid Lindgren Memorial Award (ALMA), the world's most prestigious award for children's literature.The story is characterized by a reverence for all living things and instills a sense of security in children.High quality linen spine finish .Translator: Silke von Hacht

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